In my part of the world we say you are a fool if your passion for a pursuit overcomes all practical sense. I am a stitching fool, and I stitch foolishness.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Getting my momentum back

I do believe my stitching momentum is returning.

I managed to get another band on Ann Scutt stitched this afternoon. Granted, it's a small one, but it's done, and I'm back in the 17th century.

The stitching for Rhapsody in Blue is also finally, finally, finally finished!  I have not started the finish-finishing and I really want to get that underway, but I've run out of week-end. Evenings after work are not conducive to logical thought. Lately, they have been conducive to rocking and drooling in the corner, but not to thinking about how to put something important together. I have one more week before this quarter is over and we start running quarterly reports, so I do not anticipate using my brain cells for anything other than work this week. Martha Edlin therefore may get some face time, since I'm ready to start the eyelet alphabet. They just require time rather than concentrated thought so that's one direction to take.


  1. The rocking and drooling in the corner sounds good to me--may I join you?

  2. But of course--there's plenty of room in this corner!

  3. Oh Ann, hang in there. Your work is beautiful.